Eastern Illinois University
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Charleston, IL 61920-3099 Phone: (217) 581-5020 Fax: (217) 581-3599 Email:email@example.com
Data Related to Student-Athletes
Accommodating Interests and Abilities
Eastern's Office of Civil Rights and Diversity/Title IX Coordinator surveys new freshmen and new transfers as a part of a process required by the U. S. Office for Civil Rights to monitor whether the university is fully accommodating the interests and abilities of the underrepresented sex to compete in intercollegiate athletics.
2013 Title IX Compliance in Athletics –
Accommodating Interests and Abilities - Prong Three
Presentation by the Title IX Coordinator and Director of Civil Rights, Cynthia Nichols, to the Board of Trustees on September 27, 2013 entitled: Title IX Compliance at Eastern -- Accommodating Interests and Abilities of the Underrepresented Sex available here.
2013 Total Females who Completed Survey:
801 of 798 (100% of the Fall 2011 First-Time Feshmen Female Students; As of 10-day enrollment, there were 798 First-Time Freshmen Female Students)
335 of 543 (62% of the Fall 2011 Female Transfer Students)
2012 Total Females who Completed Survey:
752 of 790 (95% of the Fall 2011 First-Time Feshmen Female Students)
475 of 568 (84% of the Fall 2011 Female Transfer Students)
2011 Total Females who Completed Survey:
843 of 860 (98% of the Fall 2011 First-Time Feshmen Female Students)
438 of 680 (65% of the Fall 2011 Female Transfer Students)
2010 Total Females who Completed Survey:
771 of 917 (84% of the Fall 2010 First-Time Feshmen Female Students)
243 of 648 (38% of the Fall 2010 Female Transfer Students)
The Interests and Abilities Survey is administered by the Office of Civil Rights and Diversity. Information related to the total numbers of new freshmen and transfer students is provided by the Office of Planning and Institutional Studies.